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Festool Jigs & Tool Enhancements / Re: Ripping sheet goods
« Last post by DynaGlide on Today at 08:41 AM »
I didn't bother with the Festool rail connectors I bought the Makita. Better design. Worth a look. Sedge had a video on aligning rails using your track saw base.
Festool Tool Problems / Re: Ct mini vac
« Last post by SoonerFan on Today at 08:41 AM »
Nice to read a thread with a great ending as I start my Thanksgiving day here in the U.S.

Just don’t play this track while you’re working in your shop.  It’s just bad luck.

I like Queen but don’t like bad karma so will avoid that particular track  [smile]
Sales & Dealer Area / Re: coming VERY soon (US)
« Last post by Oso Rojo on Today at 07:53 AM »
It is too much too bear

OK, now that's funny!
Various Woodworking & Crafts Topics / Re: woodworking books
« Last post by Rob-GB on Today at 07:43 AM »
Three that should be on anyone's shelf IMO are:
The Workbench Book by Scott Landis
The Workshop Book by Scott Landis
The Toolbox Book by Jim Tolpin

Great for inspiration and just to drool over  [big grin]

What sort of woodworking do you like or want to do?

I think I narrowed down our first sander to the ETS EC... probably 5”. After watching several reviews I really like the instant off and the lower profile. This will give us a great finish sander for furniture and then I was thinking a Rotex 90 down the road to help take off old paint and clear coat on older furniture the wife restores.

I hadn’t even seen the ETS EC until someone mentioned it. I was thinking of buying the Mirka Deros for the wife because many say its lightweight and quiet.

I am a little worried about buying the TS 75 thinking it might be a little bulky. But at the same time, you hear a lot of people saying the TS 55 is underpowered. I will have to think about that one.

Where is everyone buying there Festool products from?

Thank you and Happy Thanksgiving!
Various Woodworking & Crafts Topics / Re: woodworking books
« Last post by bulubuluplopplop on Today at 06:34 AM »
there is a nice article on woodworking books in the last woodcraft magazine (dec/jan, p. 26-31), in different categories.  ;)

I recently bought the last book from Paul Sellers (essential woodworking handtools, with also 3 DVD), which is fantastic.

Festool and Tanos Systainers / Re: Wood Systainer
« Last post by acer66 on Today at 06:32 AM »
Very cool, might have to brush up on my German.
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